The 2017 Second Quarter World Top 20 Poll’s Global Education Report. Identifies areas of needs to improve the quality of education for students 3 to 21.
An international survey of students, parents, teachers, educators, and tax-payers, is used to gather a random sample of public opinion – on how to improve education in their country.
The poll survey is held from May to June each year, at the World Top 20 Project’s official website – www.worldtop20.org
The survey’s results are then compared to information gathered from news reports and educational publications covering the recent school year, on the countries ranked in the first quarter World Top 20 Poll.
The data and information gathered is then analyzed; and stored to study a ten year pattern of what areas of improvement are needed.
The study’s results will develop an in-depth report with Conclusions and Recommendations on how to address areas of needs for improving over 200 countries education systems, from primary to secondary and post-secondary.
This report with an international database of over 200 countries (developed by NJ MED) helps monitor the progress of the World Top 20 Project’s mission to Educate Every Child on the Planet.
The Global Education Report now compares this year’s survey’s results of the top 3 Participating Groups (Students, Teachers, and Taxpayers) with the countries listed in its first quarter rankings for 2017. (That will establish the 2nd quarter poll rankings)
With the information gathered by NJ MED from the reported educational problems of Students, Teachers, and Taxpayers from the countries ranked in the first quarter poll; by media and other government resources for the School Year 2016/2017.
This year’s survey’s top results are different then the international research results. With the surveyors saying they think More After-School Programs are needed. While, the research results show education needs Better School Leadership.
With nearly 70% of the survey participants being students, shows the need also for Better Teachers and More Government Funding for Education.
The results from NJ MED’s research from the media and government sources, also show the same concern towards improving education with More Government Funding and Better Teachers needed for the classroom.